Buddhist Dictionary By Nyanatiloka Mahathera – Co

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BUDDHIST DICTIONARY
Manual of Buddhist Terms and Doctrines,
By Nyanatiloka Mahathera

-Co-

cognitive series: s. viññāṇa-kicca.

companionship: Influence of good and bad° = saṃseva (q.v.) .

compassion: karuṇā; s. brahma-vihāra.

comprehension: clear c.: s. sampajañña. – c. in insight, s. sammasana. – As an alternative tr. for full understanding, s. pariññā .

co-nascence: sahajāta-paccaya, is one of the 24 conditions (paccaya, q.v.) .

conceit: māna (q.v.); further s. saṃyojana.

concentration: samādhi (q.v.) – right°, s. sacca (IV. 8), magga (8). – wrong°, s. micchā-magga (8).

conception 1. thought-c°: cf. vitakka-vicāra.

conception 2. (in the mother’s womb): okkanti (q.v.).

conditions, the 24: paccaya (q.v.).

conditions of existence, deliverance from the: see cetovimutti; vimokkha.

confidence: s. saddhā.

consciousness: viññāṇa (s. khandha), citta (q.v.), mano (q v ) – Moment of °: citta-kkhaṇa (q.v.). Contemplation of °: cittānupassanā: s. Satipaṭṭhāna- Corporeality produced by °: citta-ja-rūpa, s. samuṭṭhāna – Abodes or supports of °: cf. viññāṇaṭṭhiti (q.v.) Functions of °: viññāṇa-kicca (q.v.).

contemplation: s. anupassanā.

contentedness (with whatever robe, etc.) belongs to the noble usages: ariya-vaṃsa (q.v.).

contentment: appicchatā, is one of the ascetic virtues. Cf. A. X, 181-90.

contiguity: samanantara-paccaya, is one of the 24 conditions (paccaya, q.v.).

continuity (of body, subconsciousness, consciousness or groups of existence): santāna (q.v.).

control, effort of: s. padhāna.

conventional (expression or truth): s. desanā.

corporeality: produced through consciousness, kamma, etc.; s. samuṭṭhāna. – Sensitive c.: pasāda-rūpa. (q.v.).

corporeality and mind: s. nāma-rūpa.

corporeality-group: rūpa-kkhandha: s. khandha.

corporeality-perceptions: rūpa-saññā: s. jhāna.

corruptions: s. upakkilesa .

cosmogony: cf. kappa.

counteractive kamma: upapīḷaka kamma; s. kamma.

counter-image (during concentration): s. nimitta, kasiṇa, samādhi.

course of action (wholesome or unwholesome): kammapatha (q.v.).

covetousness: abhijjhā (q.v.); further s. kamma-patha (1).

cowardice: s. agati.

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